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Vibrations d'usinage : la bête noire de l'usinage

Arnaud, Lionel Vibrations d'usinage : la bête noire de l'usinage. (2010) [Popular scientific article]

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National School of Engineers of Tarbes (ENIT LGP laboratory of the) gave rise to the VIBRACTION, company developing the ChatterMaster software, dedicated to machining vibrations reduction. Machining vibrations problems cost more than 200 euros per machining center each month. The main phenomenon mainly occur on poorer machined surface finish, increased tools wear or breakage and sometimes unbearable whistles. The phenomenon of machining vibrations is very difficult to control due to the number of parameters involved (original illustrations are given in the article). After ten years of research and 3 years of intensive programming and workshop tests, the ChatterMaster software was born. It articulates about fifteen mechanical models of machining with a hundred rules, integrated in an interface using the natural language of the machinist.

Item Type:Popular scientific article
Additional Information:Thanks to Revue la forge editor.
Audience (journal):National journal (no peer-reviewed)
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Institution:Université de Toulouse > Institut National Polytechnique de Toulouse - Toulouse INP (FRANCE)
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Deposited On:18 Apr 2014 14:43

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